FIR Against JKB Employee For Fraud 

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SRINAGAR — Crime Branch Kashmir has registered First Information Report against a J&K Bank employee for fraudulently divesting lakhs of Rupees from different accounts  of the branch and crediting that amount into bank accounts of his family members.

Crime Branch Kashmir received a communication  from J&K Bank branch Dada Ompora Chadoora on May 11, 2018 that inter-alia revealed that one Rouf Mohammad Wani S/O Mohammad Akbar Wani engaged as a daily wager at business unit Dada-Ompora has without any mandate and authorization debited the accounts of customers particularly KCC loan accounts. It was further revealed that the employee had dishonestly and fraudulently withdrawn Rs 12.23 lakhs from different accounts of the account holders of the said business unit and credited that into different accounts of his family members and others.

Out of the said amount he has transferred an amount of Rs 50,000 from an Account No. 0721-SB 1055 maintained in the name of Ghulam Mohammad Ganie a customer of the said business unit into Account No. 0307-01401-7159 maintained and operated in the name of Bashir Ahmad Bhat customer of business unit Wanpora Pulwama.

The employee has also taken the debited amount in cash through fraudulent means, the compalint said. 

Accordingly a case under FIR No. 20/18 U/S 420, 467, 468 RPC r/w 5(2) P. C Act was registered against accused, police said.

 

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